This handsome property offers superb family accommodation and is a spacious, well proportioned house. It was originally built in the 1930's with later additions and is constructed of brick with a tiled roof. The generous and welcoming entrance hall leads onto the first of three reception rooms, two of which are situated at the rear of the property enjoying views of the garden, a tributary of the river Og and the fields beyond. Both these rooms have French doors; one leading directly to the garden, the other to a verandah. The third reception room, currently used as a playroom is situated at the front of the property. The spacious kitchen with breakfast area, once again enjoys views to the rear and has French doors to a garden terrace. The kitchen has bespoke painted units and a central island with an integrated electric hob. There are a great deal of built in storage cupboards and shelves. There is a useful downstairs cloakroom and a utility room with a door leading to the garden. A converted double garage is currently used as a games room and has doors leading to both the garden and the front of the property. Upstairs are 5 bedrooms, one of which has an en suite shower room and another, the master bedroom, has an en suite bathroom, a dressing room and double glass doors leading to a balcony. The majority of the bedrooms enjoy wonderful views to the front and rear of the property. A sixth bedroom is on the second floor and is a super area for a teenager or guest.
Gardens and grounds
To the front of the property is driveway parking for several cars and a side gate leads to an area of lawn enclosed by fencing. The rear garden mainly laid to lawn has sun terraces to enjoy outside entertaining and views over the river Og which reportedly only appears for 4 months of the year. There is a natural spring in the lawn resulting in a small pond, and there are dog kennels and outbuildings currently housing ducks, geese and chickens. In all the site extends to approximately 1 acre.
Surrounding area and communications
Ogbourne St Andrew is a small hamlet located just two miles from Marlborough on the A346, 6 miles from junction 15 of the M4. There is a pub near by but the most immediate facilities are in the very popular market town of Marlborough where there is a good range of shops, supermarkets, restaurants and coffee shops. More extensive amenities will be found in Swindon and Newbury, both being easily accessible from this property. The area is well served by an excellent range of both state and independent schools, including St John's, St. Peter's, Marlborough College, St. Francis and Pinewood. There are main line rail services from Pewsey, Great Bedwyn and Swindon to London Paddington.
From Marlborough High Street proceed north on the A346 towards Swindon. Proceed through the village of Ogbourne Maizey and on a little further to Ogbourne St. Andrew. The property is located two houses before the Silk on the Downs public house on the left hand side; the turning into the driveway being at the end of a long wooden fence.
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"An extremely spacious and stylishly presented family house."
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